Avi Ross is a junior in Pierson College pursuing a B.A. in global affairs and a certificate in French. He is a European Studies Undergraduate Fellow and Nuclear Security Fellow. As part of the Nuclear Security Program, he works with Professors Alexandre Debs and Matthew Fuhrmann as a research assistant on their work searching for nuclear nonproliferation strategies in a multipolar world. Avi is interested in nuclear arms control, transatlantic diplomacy, and populism's role in reshaping Western party systems. In pursuit of these interests, he studied the roots and current role of European populism in Sweden and Hungary and met a handful of establishment and populist politicians in each country. Avi is also interested in foreign languages, having attained proficiency in French and Latin and studied Spanish, German, and Ancient Greek to varying degrees.